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The Dead Live at Rothbury Music Festival on 2009-07-04


Topics Rothbury, The Dead


101 Jam > - Set 1
102 Sugar Magnolia
103 Eyes of the World
104 Estimated Prophet
105 Loose Lucy
106 Jam >
107 Friend Of The Devil
108 Into The Mystic (Van Morrison)
109 Help On The Way >
110 Slipknot! >
111 Franklin’s Tower
201 crowd/tuning - Set2
202 One More Saturday Night
203 Shakedown Street >
204 China Cat Sunflower >
205 I Know You Rider >
206 Drums / Space >
207 Viola Lee Blues
208 Morning Dew
209 Throwing Stones
210 Sunshine Daydream
211 Phil's donor rap
212 US Blues (with Fireworks) - Encore
213 Not Fade Away


for CD use:
disc 1 101-107 70:23
disc 2 108-202 36:47
disc 3 203-207 75:45
disc 4 208-213 52:47

fades have been added to the appropriate tracks

Fireworks during US Blues and beginning of Not Fade Away
Audacity Click Removal was used to lower firework volume


Collection TheDead
Band/Artist The Dead
Venue Rothbury Music Festival
Location Rothbury, Michigan

Source Peluso cemc6/ck21 -> Busman T-Mod Fostex FR-2LE
Taped by Will P.

Reviews

Reviewer: clementinescaboose - - September 28, 2012
Subject: Summer of 2009
Brings back great memories for sure. This was my second time seeing the Dead (other than PnF/Ratdog shows) and I have to admit that I was pretty darn satisfied. Help>Slip>Franklin's was off the chain, I was high as a kite for this sequence. Second set was very nice, and the fireworks during U.S. Blues super memorable and made for one hell of a Fourth celebration.
Reviewer: SkyBallsNsaxScrapers - - May 5, 2011
Subject: Cool show in retrospect
Derek Trucks would be a better Jerry Substitute than Warren. Not because he could emulate Jerry better, but because he could bring something to the table that is fresher than Warren's guitar playing.

All-in-all, I think Warren has done a pretty good job, but I feel his contribution has been mediocre. That being said, his Allman Bros contribution has been very solid - no hate towards Warren.
Reviewer: ShowLove_ShineLight - - February 13, 2010
Subject: Are we on Saturn or Neptune?
I asked my buddy this question sometime during the 30 minute space. 2 minutes later, a picture of saturn was on the screen!...If you surrendered to the flow, and were hanging with the band throughout that 30 minute space you were really rewarded for being a good listener. They were fucking with our minds BIG TIME. As they were grounding the music, coming out of space and into stella blue?...nope... back into space....and then he's gone?...nope. gotcha again. more space... and then...Viola Lee Blues?!...As i listen now, I think i also hear wang dang doodle and new speedway teases. nutsos..Opting for a rager like viola instead of a mellow choice like he's gone or stella blue to come out of space was just perfect for this rocking show. This viola is one for the ages. And hearing Phil belt out "You've got a friend, Somewhere!" Amazing. Thank you... To cap it off, Not Fade Away might have been the best song all night! Also, there was fireworks with a white planet with a ring around it. Saturn folks. We were on saturn all second set and after it.. as we tried to collect our brains over to the late-night Umphreys/ shpongle madness.

Best show of the fest, IMO. Better than String Cheese the night before! And Cheese might be my favorite band. They played a great show too, had better stage production and more intense crowd energy...But I've seen String Cheese take it several notches higher. Being their first real show in 2 years, Cheese was fantastic. I loved talking to everyone at Rothbury and almost everyone said "That was my first cheese show and I had no idea. It was one of the best show's i've ever seen!" That makes me so happy. And I know that if they decide to tour again, they've really got a rejuvinated feeling about them right now. I believe the dead played a better set musically, but SCI gets more love because so many people in the crowd knew so much about the dead music, and very little about what SCI can do with a great crowd and with Peak Experience...

If you weren't blown away by this show, it likely has a lot to do with drums>Space...It was a show highlight!...If you weren't in outerspace during space, then i'm sorry you can't hang with the weirdness. Some people don't get it. This is 2009 and this is NOT the GD. If you are attached to Jerry, (and I love him like I love my parents) then you won't ever get it. Warren, John, Kimock, Jackie Green, Jimmy Herring, Larry Campbell are not trying to channel Jerry. You cannot channel a channel. They are simply taping into that same sacred divine source that Jerry tapped into so easily.

Warren and Chimenti were on fire the whole night. Any time you get Eyes>Estimated in the 2 and 3 slots, you know it's gonna be a long long crazy crazy night. Anyone catch the china cat>Lazy river tease back and forth back and forth just before china cat?

Sometimes post space, they can lose their edge. Quite the opposite tonight. Viola, as i mentioned, Morning Dew had a special moment for me, with the stars aligning to make a triangle...Throwin stones was one of the best i've ever heard, from any era! It was played just so damn funky...Sunshine daydream to close the set, after sugar mag opener? I totally forgot that they never finished it! WOW...And Not Fade Away might be my personal highlight... it was really just one of those special moments..Musically and lyrically.. What is real will not fade away. In many respects, they're talking about themselves, and the loving crowd energy.. The spirit of the music continues to make it's mark, even 15 years after Jerry has passed. Who would have thunk it? Should we really be that surprised. Something so beautiful, angelic, and Divine surrounds this music and those who play it. You know our love will not fade away.
Reviewer: lifeismusic822 - - October 17, 2009
Subject: Great show, but in comparison....
I don't think it can be contested that Rothbury 09 was one of the most energetic and musically prestigious festivals of the year (Not to mention the non-musical perks). The Dead certainly put on a well-versed show complete with a fantasy set list. It's rather agitating to see some people impuning this show, particularly Warren Haynes, whom, if you have any concept of the evolution of electric guitar (including the meteoric advancements that were the result of Mr. Garcia himself), is one of the most creative and multifaceted to grace the planet. I was not around to see Jerry play, unfortunately, but I have to at least surmise that some individuals have a certain resentment, or at least skepticism, of anyone "trying" to emulate Jerry's niche. I can't say I blame them, but, I find it discouraging to discover that some people overlook that fact that Jerry's uniqueness was clearly of a sui generis nature and that other guitarists, regardless of talent level, cannot mimic his licks precisely. It is the source of musical diversity, so deal with it. The nostalgia isn't a bad thing, but at least put it in perspective - you're not going to hear The Grateful Dead live again. It is a dismal, but true, statement; and I envy those who did have the opportunity to be part of that very special, fleeting moment in time. But please, when you reflect on the experiences you have had at festivals in the past, don't discount the transiency of that precise moment in space and time. Listen to Warren's licks apart from Jerry's - not as an attempt to reincarnate them. Oh, and one other minor detail - they had to follow up the circus that the Cheese had staged the night before - and, if you were there, for The Dead or others, you could agree that the general concencus was awarded to Cheese. My cerebrum bleeds when I even try to fathom any act that can follow that.
Reviewer: btownslim - - August 26, 2009
Subject: Sunshine Daydream
Wow!! =) is all i can say about this event, long in the waiting. It surely was a one of a kind experience. The Fireworks with the blues was fantastic. Love is real not fade away.......
Reviewer: chihuly74 - - August 14, 2009
Subject: Couldn't have been any better
Fourth of July was my birthday and it could not have been any better. What an amazing show!! I had the time of my life!!! Thanks boys!
Reviewer: G. Ganter - - August 7, 2009
Subject: Not the Final Verdict
I'd admit Rothbury wasn't as inspired as the rest of the tour (they push that Slipknot hard tho), but WilkesBarre, the 2nd night at Worcester (Cream Puff is among my favs), MSG, 1st night Meadowlands, 2nd night Philly, Denver, LA, and several parts of the Shorelines were great. Not Jerryworld, but great all around. And for those who claim Warren hasn't got the stuff, check out MSG, or his Fire lead with Phil&F at Nokia on 11-3-2008 (Campbell goes first, then Warren. Even by Jerry standards, a long & developed lead, I could listen to it over and over again.)
gg
Reviewer: bstrohl - - August 2, 2009
Subject: Glorified Elevator Music
If this isn't the Grateful Dead, why do I still hear it everywhere I go.
Reviewer: labcode - - July 30, 2009
Subject: Built to last
In a age and time were everything is instant and only last for a few years. It's good to know that there is still something built to last. The Grateful Dead is as American as apple pie and hot dogs. I have had the pleasure of seeing both GD and The Dead and all i can say is it's a rainbow of kaleidoscopes and sound. Happy Birthday America!
Reviewer: Tjrifanburg - - July 26, 2009
Subject: Dead at Rothbury
I was not at any of the spring shows or Rothbury. I have heard audience recordings from the tour. I like what the Dead are doing. It's sort of like meatloaf (veggie loaf if you don't eat meat). You might have had it one hundred thousand times, but each time it's different and certain people add different spices to it.

I wish people would not be so critical of Warren. We forget that the words to "Jerry songs" were mostly Hunter's.
Reviewer: steverg1 - - July 22, 2009
Subject: Beautiful
I was there and have listened to the recording about 4 times through already and I'm still floored by Eyes. This is easily the most raging eyes I've ever heard. Bob was nice and loud doing the amazing things that he does, Jeff was a god among men. I loved the first set in general, the opening jam had a really awesome vibe and I think that set the tone.

As for the second set, Viola Lee Blues was crazy!! I loved the chaoticness and aggressiveness of it. They jammed out really hard on Throwing Stones, and you definitely can't beat the U.S. Blues/Fireworks/NFA finale. An amazing experience I won't soon forget.
Reviewer: broncobama - - July 22, 2009
Subject: wharf rat
i became a wharf rat. always dreamed of falling into space with the dead and it happened. awesome twirling around to a wicked show. what a great time cant wait till next year!
Reviewer: jamfan613 - - July 20, 2009
Subject: Guy in Wheel Chair
I was behind the taping tent to the right... there was some old guy that his friends wheeled there and he was dancing crazy with his arms... when I'm old, crazy, and in a wheelchair I hope my friends do the same! Great show, Great People, Great memories!
Reviewer: BIG_R - - July 19, 2009
Subject: HELPING OUT
HEY ddcham10. YOU CAN GET THIS SHOW AT bt.etree.org Community Tracker. ALSO IF CLICKING VBRZIP ISN'T WORKING FOR YOU TRY CLICKING HTTP. WHEN THE PAGE COMES UP GO TO THE LINE THAT'S SECOND FROM THE BOTTOM OF THE LIST AND CLICK IT.
Reviewer: comandobunbun123 - - July 18, 2009
Subject: Killer show
Glad i was there for this front row for my first dead show. the only bad part of the night is when phil's bass got messed up during space but that was a quick fix. the first set was ragin so hard.
Reviewer: SpaceCowboyGangsta - - July 16, 2009
Subject: What a Night!
I was at the left front of the soundboard/tapers area and dug every minute of it. Help>Slip>Frank and Shakedown>China>Rider were hightlights for me. Also, at setbreak when a Not Fade Away sign got held up in front of us, I told the dude next to me that I could really go for a Throwing Stones>Not Fade Away tonight and I got that too with bonus sunshine & fireworks filling.
I made CD covers from pics I took - but I divided up the tracks a little differently than suggested by the taper. You can download my covers here if you want:
http://picasaweb.google.com/spacement/CDCoversForTheDeadRothbury#
Mucho Gracias to the Dead and the Taper. I will not forget that feeling and I'll try to do something good with it.
Reviewer: ddcham10 - - July 16, 2009
Subject: stream
yo does anyone know anywhere else i can get this show... i cant open any of the files or the stream here at my work... any ideas or places i can look,,, i am still dying to hear this show
Reviewer: eastcoasthead - - July 15, 2009
Subject: a nice decade w/ warren
I am a bit baffled after reading many posts from the spring tour and this show that talk about warren and his recent addition to the band. What recent addition to the band?? Warren has played with this band and band members for a decade. Does anyone remember the first East Coast Phil shows with Dylan in 99'? And all the Phil shows from 2000 plus the Other Ones fall tour in 2002? What about the deads summer tour of 04'? Warren has been playing with the full lineup for quite some time, this aint nothing new, it was sure missed for the last five years but nothing new to say Warren is fitting in or not fitting in...HE IS IN. He has been playing with absolute respect for the shoes that he stepped into many years ago. He plays with soul and feels the songs almost as Jerry did when he sang them, like they were almost his own expereinces. I was blown away when i first saw him with Phil in 99' and have been just as stoked every show since when he is playing in the band. God bless that dude..."If the horse dont pull you got to carry the load"
Thanks tapers for your dedication to keeping the songs in the air for the shows we can't always make it to.
Reviewer: Mikey G - - July 14, 2009
Subject: Forever Grateful
Lakai must be smokin some schwag or something. Best show of the tour, best festival of my life. Didn't make Rothbury last year, won't make that mistake again. The recording sounds great, setlist just rocks. The comment from "moe.DeadStringPhishplease" is on point, I was surprised the crowd didn't give the band more. I couldn't believe the crowd dropped the not fade chant right when the band did. Maybe we could have coaxed another encore at of them. We'll never know. I'm thankful I was sober (relatively) for this show and I get to relive all the wonderful moments every time I listen to this recording. Forever grateful for tapers.
Reviewer: liquidgypsy - - July 14, 2009
Subject: Gud Shtuff!!!
Thanks for the post!!!! got a chance to go and like many other shows i like to listen to it rover and over again! till we meet again!!
Reviewer: lonesomejohnnie - - July 14, 2009
Subject: Keep on touring!!
I've only gotten through Shakedown and am blown away!!! Help-Slip-Franklins is amazing!!!!
Reviewer: HeadyHiker - - July 13, 2009
Subject: THANK YOU!!!!
Wasnt able to make Roth this year, and it hurt even more because I was there last year and know what I missed. Thanks to the taper who got this up here, pretty much a dream set for me, and to be able to listen to it is a real treat! Appreciate your time and effort!
Reviewer: moe.DeadStringPhishplease - - July 13, 2009
Subject: The Group of Naked Humans
A lively group of fully nude men and women were dancing and running around the field for the majority of The Deads set. They were not far behind where me and my group were posted up and would frequently (although unexpectedly) run right between us. At one point a naked man ran up and hugged a girl standing near us, everyone was cool about it and we all just laughed. That was the vibe.

While I was pretty spaced during the set I knew what was going down setlist wise. This is the best 2009 Dead setlist by far IMO. I was at a MSG and IZod. I felt MSG was an amazing show w/ energy that will not be beat. After re-listening (and for the first time really listening) I realize this is an amazing show and I was privileged to be in attendance. The crowd could have given the band a bit more to take things to another level. Some flubs but nothing too major. Nice long show. Diverse set. No complaints here. I'll enjoy re-living this one day in and day out.
Reviewer: ascheylus - - July 13, 2009
Subject: AWESOME
THIS WAS THE BEST MOST AWESOME DEAD SHOW I SAW OUT OF TWELVE THIS YEAR. Dancing with naked people. Totally insane. Unfortunately it doesn't look like they're selling the soundboards to this show (String Cheese is selling the sbd's from the night before at Rothbury). What a shame that this stellar incredible amazing show will just rot in somebody's vault. Other than that I wouldn't have missed it for anything and THANK YOU FOR A REAL GOOD TIME!!! It's too bad they aren't touring anymore either.. why would anyone give up on what we had there at Rothbury and on the Spring tour?!?!?!?!?!
Reviewer: hockeygrossman - - July 13, 2009
Subject: AWESOME show (but a couple mean reviewers...)
take it easy guys, this is a "post a review" section, reviews are allowed to be bad, let's at least maintain some sort of freedom of speech without subjecting ourselves and others to hateful words between reviewers. This is a review section for a Dead show, it should be full of peaceful civil posts, if somebody thinks it was a bad show, they have a right to say so and not be attacked.

IT WAS A GREAT SHOW!
and a crazy show at that, one for the books for sure, you'll never see one anything like that again. Some of the best musical jelling I've ever heard. A very full and well-rounded sound coming from one of the best bands of all time, no matter the lineup. Crazy place, packed setlist, weird crowd (due to the fact that grateful fest was going on that same weekend, as were a lot of rainbow gatherings all over the place, so we were missing a lot of good family that we normally have at dead shows, and the fact that rothbury draws a bit of a younger audience) Some of the best musical moments I've ever heard. also a couple blatantly horrible mistakes from one or two of boys in really easy important parts, phil leaves stage for 5 minutes, there's a 28-minute drums, a lot of "ending/death" themes weaving through the setlist, just a really weird evening with the dead.
Phil and Bill still tear it up, mickey and bobby have definitely gotten pretty rusty but still do a hell of a good job, warren did really really well during this show (and i'm even one of those people who thinks that warren wasn't the right guy for the job), and holy crap, jeff chimenti is a phantom GENIUS on the keyboards and easily had the best chops of any musician on stage.
A blessing to have been able to see, especially since it's possible that I might not get to see them again.
I wonder what phil's gonna do now...:)
Reviewer: ststephen49 - - July 12, 2009
Subject: My goodness...
Some of these reviews are really being written by un-grateful neophytes, it seems. Lakai2788 put down a quick comment that is only noteworthy for it's inane point. I know its not just because he's a young dude with no deep sense of the magic within the Dead's (&GD's) music, but he's just plain not grateful in life in general. Chicago was good when I saw them, but they continue to march on together developing a truly solid sound that keeps us dancin' & shakin' our bones.I unfortunately wasn't at Rothbury but listened to the download, and they've continued to pick it up, bringing Jeff & Warren more fully into the mix; even Bobby seems to have gotten his voice back in the groove. Once again Lakai2788, a stunningly stupid comment...For all the years & all the music, I am one Grateful head, StStephen49
Reviewer: PHILnWEIRed - - July 12, 2009
Subject: Really over rated?????
Ok 1st bro you clearly dont have a clue, this set is anything but over rated, damn near ever song choice is a set opener, You need to open youe dead-base, if you even have one , and find a setlist like the one they just gave us. And as far as W H goes, he is a great fit, he is not going to be Jerry, no one is. He is doing a GREAT job , he has been with the boys for 1/2 a yr, seeing how they have been together for 40 yrs, he is fitting nicely. THANK YOU BOYS, FOR A REAL GOOD TIME!!
Reviewer: Lakai2788 - - July 12, 2009
Subject: overrraatttteddd
this show is over rated, it was just ok, they should get rid of warren.
Reviewer: Fern2 - - July 11, 2009
Subject: d3dh3d!
You have to "Save" the file first to your computer. Click Save and it will open up to My Computer (or whatever you use). Save it and THEN open it. Or you can do what I did for a long time: Open the songs (individually) to iTunes and then quickly burn them on to a CD (one CD at a time works best). Then upload them back onto iTunes from your CD. It takes a little longer, but it works.
Anyway; Rothbury was amazing! And the fireworks at the Dead were unreal. They truly know how to organize a festival. I never saw Jerry, but The Dead has blown my mind just as much. Warren definitely rocks and the band looks like they were having a blast that magical evening. Sound quality is pretty good too. DOWNLOAD NOW!!!
Reviewer: biscuitsandgravy - - July 11, 2009
Subject: ROTHBURY = AMAZING VIBES!
WOW! What a show! Best show all tour in my opinion. Rothbury had the ill vibes! Everyone was melting in the first 100 rows!!!
Reviewer: gregulator - - July 11, 2009
Subject: awesome show
Highlights were the phil eyes and franklins. NOt to mention maybe the best slipknot I have ever heard. I also thought the estimated was very good, I was thinking 'high time' out of it with warren singing, but we got the loose lucy instead. My only bummer with this show was the morning dew. I was hoping Warren would sing this one after hearing him sing it out west. I was in philly and here in michigan when bobby sang both versions, and botched them both at, IMO, the best most important verse in the song. It dissapointed me in phily and in mich. Basically he messed it up at the '...I cant walk you out in the am dew, today.../ right before the instrumental bridge. I listened to the ocr froum philly and it stood out. Here, I actually thought bob was doing fine, better than philly, until the bridge where he once again blew it. I think Bob should stay away from the Jerry tunes.
Reviewer: sueinphilly - - July 11, 2009
Subject: thank GOD for the Dead
been waiting patiently for this show to get uploaded.

Only on the second song, but the setlist looks great.

here's hoping the boys will rise to be DEAD again in 2010

Every show is a blessing. THANK YOU FOR A REAL GOOD TIME
Reviewer: lerkabalda - - July 11, 2009
Subject: : )
Was about 5th row at this show ! SO amazing absolutely no words could possibly describe it! thank you so much for the recording!
Reviewer: Padjdaddy - - July 11, 2009
Subject: Great addition to 4-28 -09
Man - this is smokin.....thank you for this post of good quality.....mmmmmmmmm Eyes......
Reviewer: d3dh3d - - July 10, 2009
Subject: help
the show was awesome. i was about 10 rows back and it was my first dead show i couldnt believe how awesome it was.
how do i download these to itunes and put them on a disc? i get them onto itunes and listened to them once then it told me the files couldnt be located anymore?
Reviewer: Paniconthenet - - July 10, 2009
Subject: Thanks SO MUCH
I have been looking forward to this since I woke up Saturday. I wish I could make every show for the dead this year, but work calls. thanks so much to the tapers! sounds great!
Reviewer: Loser_Boy - - July 10, 2009
Subject: Awesome show
just wanted to give props to an excellent recording. I tried so hard to catch The Dead this year but it just didn't happen so i appreciate being able to listen to the show. I went to Saturday Philly show but it sold out. But tickets to Bonnaroo before they announced they would be appearing at Rothbury. Was able to see Warren play with Gov't Mule. Also went to Ratdog show Sunday night after they played Rothbury, but just not the same as seeing all the guys together. So I really do dig this. thanks
Reviewer: kangleberryishtar - - July 10, 2009
Subject: ish
Rothbury=Tits
Reviewer: FunkeeNuggz - - July 10, 2009
Subject: The Dead at Rothbury
I was at Rothbury this year, and this show by The Dead was incredible considering it followed String Cheese from the night before. This is definitely a show to grab up and chill back to.
Reviewer: jay618 - - July 10, 2009
Subject: wow
wow!! long show that starts hot with sugar mag and eyes and just doesnt quit. Thought they would be a lil rusty after the break from spring tour but absolutly not. worth the download for sure! fingers crossed for more dead tour dates to be released
Reviewer: MississippiHalfStepper - - July 10, 2009
Subject: Best show of the run!!!!
I was at the 2 Philly shows, and listened to almost all of them, and even though there were a couple miscues here and there through out this show, it was still the best.

Phil ran off the stage for a little bit before Friend of the Devil and then came back out after a few minutes and I got a little worried but he was all good cause he came back bass bombing the crowd like crazy.

Jeff's keys during eyes are epic. I was 3rd row in the crowd right in fron of Bobby and had a great vioew of Jeff's hand's going crazy.

Highlight for me, Estimated Prophet. Had been calling it out all weekend and was so happy I got it. Thank you guys.
Reviewer: slavetothegroove - - July 10, 2009
Subject: thank you taper & uploaders !!!!!!!
I live in Los Angeles and couldnt make it, so thank you for the vicarious trip ----- I love this music.
Reviewer: Adam Bomb - - July 10, 2009
Subject: One more epic Saturday night
The Dead drew the largest Rothbury crowd ever, and the boys did not disappoint. The Morning Dew is fantastic, the Help-->Slipknot-->Franklin's is charged with energy, Phil's bass is funky as hell during Shakedown, and Bobby shined during Throwing stones. Thanks to everyone that made the 4th a raucous good time.

Will, thanks for posting the show so promptly. (And, Sarah and I thank you again for your spatula.)
Reviewer: jh420 - - July 10, 2009
Subject: THANK YOU!!!
This was such a fun show thanks for uploading it!
Reviewer: krs-10 - - July 10, 2009
Subject: HOORAY!!!
I just checked 20min ago and it was only partially posted - thank you and bless you many times over - this was a culminating experience - the Spring tour rolled up into one (though MSG was a psychedelic adventure all on its own...)

The Eyes makes me want to cry it's so beautiful. Happy Rothbury everybody - see you next year!!!
Reviewer: saffronballoon - - July 10, 2009
Subject: thanks god! thanks to you!
i was at msg this tour only, but have heard a lot of the other nights thanks to archive. amen. peace upon warren and jeff and all the others that made us happy. good good good. extremely good. oh yeah, THANKYOUJERRY!
Reviewer: actiondave - - July 10, 2009
Subject: Great Show
It was the first show I saw of the '09 tour and man sitting front row from 500pm to witness it up close was magical....great show.19 songs...the boys played until 120 am.....2 cool!! Thanks for the post sounds great!!!!!!!!
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